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good morning, everyone. it is sunday, october 16th. i'm sandra smith. this morning, the race for president tightens up. new polling shows donald trump closing in on hillary clinton as the gop issues a new challenge. >> we should take a drug test because i don't know what's going on with her. but at the beginning of her last debate she was all pumped up at the beginning and at the end it was like, take me down. we are live on the campaign trail with the stunning new poll
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numbers, ahead. wall street journal speeches finally exposed. wikileaks giving us an inside look at what she said and did it include a huge endorsement? we'll tell you. america, you knew this was coming. ladies and gentlemen, put your hands together for the one, the only mr. ken bones. >> ken bones. the actual sensation. you know his sweaters are sold out for halloween costumes. "fox & friends" starts right now. ♪ >> any excuse to eat on this show. we have a big barbecue truck.
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it's football season. we're throwing the tailgate party out on the plaza this morning. we're trying to barbecue. >> isn't this the beauty of the ken bone. it's like a holiday sweater and a tailgate sweater. >> i didn't even think it would be sold put sglp . >> there is a sken bone sweater. brand-new polls out this morning that show donald trump has lost very little support, actually, despite days of damaging accusations in the news. >> this as he doubles downs on his claims. >> peter has the very latest on these poll numbers. what did they tell us? >> they tell us clayton, sandra and ed that donald trump could
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keep this contest close even having basically the worst kind of week that a candidate can have. he's trailing now by just four points among likely voters in the "washington post" abc news poll. and everybody may have some room for improvement because the numbers of people who definitely say they're going to support trump or clinton are only in the high 80s. in new hampshire yesterday trump offered up something we have not heard before to take a drug test. he threw it out there that hillary clinton takes time off the trail for some pharmaceutical assistance. >> i think we should take a drug test prior to the debate. i do. i think we should -- why don't we do that? we should take a drug test because i don't know what's going on with her. but at the beginning of her last
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debate, she was all pumped up at the beginning and at the end it was like, oh, take me down. >> no word yet on whether or not anyone is interested in taking a drug test before the debate and trump is making it clear that women coming forward abut his behavior from more than a decade ago think they're trying to help hillary clinton throw the election. totally made up nonsense to seal the election, nobody has more respect for women than me. trump does not have any public events now three days ahead of the debate. he did say yesterday while talking about preparation, if you don't know the issues by sunday, you're not going to know them by wednesday. >> i think a drug test it out the window but maybe a lie
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detector test. both have to be hooked up to a lie detector test. >> can we talk about this poll. this was after this unbelievable week. >> maybe two weeks. going back, you know too, the first debate. it's been a land slide of coverage just saying main stream media, donald trump is done. this race is over. you see the numbers right there. four point this is not some random internet poll where donald trump supporters say, it gets close. >> does this say more about donald trump's campaign and his rezillance or hillary clinton not being a good candidate. >> a firing squad for donald trump. she has not come out talking much about these controversies other than the debate. >> pretty silent on it. >> maybe she should have been more vocal on it. >> they were hammering donald trump. shows his resiliency and i think
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sandra asked the right question. it suggests more than a year of campaigning and hillary clinton still has not sold herself to the american people. they're still like -- look at this extra portion of the poll here. whether or not this trump video makes any difference to most voters won't make a difference. 64% more likely to vote for him. more likely to vote for him. >> after i heard that tape -- even trump supporters nod that is a self-inflicted wound. when you look at that number, you're right. it's not going to make a difference and we're seeing it in this "washington post" poll. >> seven out of the ten respondents in that poll they do believe that trump made unwanted sexual advances. most say an apology about it was insincere. still, look how close this race was. >> maybe we got past it with the bill clinton era. we don't care about that. >> despite all the coverage
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about trump and these issues, what about wikileaks and all of is a sudden new batch of e-mails and includes a speech transcript where hillary clinton goes on and on hundreds of thousands of dollars she got for speeches to goldmine sacks and look at some of the things she said. this one is interesting. whoever runs for president next time has to have a clear idea of where he or she wants to take the country and has to run on those ideas because the election could not be about personality, partisan sniping all of the irrelevant stuff and you wake up and say, okay, what do i need to do? it needs to be an election about the future. the first debate was let me deliver this huge punch miss universe and donald trump has made his mistakes, as well. he's been resilient and she behind closed doors was saying something completely different about the campaign she would run. >> everyone was wondering if
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we'd see more than a blurb here and there. three different full transcripts that came out of john podesta's e-mail. hillary clinton paid goldman sachs speeches and as you go through them pretty interesting. it was a q and a session, basically. she sat there and really answered questions from these goldman sachs guys and how she would work in this economy. >> and it's proof as many were suspecting she talks out of both sides of her mouth. going back to the goldman tr transcripts -- >> something you cover so closely with business. listen to this one, "you know, i would like tasee more successful business people run for office. i really would like tasee that because i do think, you know, you don't have to have to have $30 billion but a certain level of freedom."
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a bias against the rich, "part of the problem with the political situation, too, such a bias against people who have led successful and/or complicated lives. the sale of stock. it just. comes very ownerous and unnecessary. that's almost like republican talking points about taxes and here she is rally after rally and donald trump has all these tax problems and business problems. >> however, republicans looking for a bombshell this morning are going to be disappointed. in some of these q and as the goldman sachs she's basically saying, look, what you guys did is a disaster and the credit default swaps everyone was involved in, no one knew what it was. we need more transparency. if you look into the ums, you can tell she's -- we need more transparency and we got into a
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heck of a mess and she's treading lightly. >> as you said, the main stream media not covering this the same way say we are this morning and i was talking to the former speak of the house newt gingrich and i wish donald trump would focus on this and make this the headline. >> look at the poll, though. four point. maybe he doesn't need to be focused. >> going back to clinton's point. don't we see in the transcripts she's there with the wealthy bankers and wall street types and then saying, you guys have a hard time. i get it. now, you did make mistakes. where do you come down? you know who's reading the transcripts and going crazy? bernie sanders. this must show to him that all his talk -- >> he'll be out on behalf of hillary clinton this week. now they're coming out right before the election. to be clear, the hillary clinton camp is still not verifying the authenticity. >> well, we've got a lot more news to get to this morning.
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some headlines for you starting with the fox news alert. an american worship is targeting for the third time in a week. multiple missiles filed near the "uss mason" controlled by iran-backed rebels. the "mason" was not struck and no crew members were hurt. two days earlier a u.s. warship fired tomahawk missiles into yemen to destroy three radar sites that pentagon leaders believe played a role in the earlier attacks. chaos breaking out at a busy park after a driver plunges off of a bridge. san diego police say a 24-year-old drunk driver lost control of his truck hitting a guard rail on a highway and flying into a festival crowd. >> all we heard is like a skid, a bang and the vehicle went airborne and she slipped two or three times and everybody came together as one and they lifted the vehicle up off of them and flipped it over. >> the horrific crash leaving four people dead and several
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others hurt. the driver is in critical condition. and it's not a secret attack if you announce it. nsa whistleblower edward snowden tweeting, "i get the feeling nobody told vp joe biden what covert operation means." this comes a day after joe biden said this. >> we have the capacity to do t it -- >> he'll know it? >> he'll know it. at a time of our choosing and under the circumstances that have the greatest impact. >> wikileaks also joining in saying if the cyberwar was serious, it would be the nsa not the cia. those are your headlines on your sunday morning. well, we have a fox news alert. brand-new e-mail bombshell for hillary clinton.
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did the state department make a deal with the fbi to reclassify her e-mails. a live report from washington straight ahead. plus, the critics dismiss "hillary's america." >> but are these democrats hiding? >> when you follow the money, there are very, very few coincidences. >> did wikileaks the filmmaker was right all along? he's here, he's in the hall and he's going to join us next. you both have a perfect driving record. until one of you clips a food truck. then your rates go through the roof. perfect. for drivers with accident forgiveness, liberty mutual won't raise your rates due to your first accident. liberty mutual insurance.
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the press, wall street, partyclusion and even attempts to shake up the catholic church. the kind of bombshells depicted in "hillary's america." critics initially dismissed the film as nothing but lies. but did wikileaks prove them right? what do you see what is spilling out? you heard the critics saying you're out to get hillary clinton, she's not this monster behind closed doors, what do you think now? >> our film has several themes about hillary. bigotry and segregation of jim crow and the critics go, that's not the party today. but one of the remarkable things about w ooikileaks you see the e of the party behind closed doors. >> one e-mail about reaching out
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to bill richardson. he's still on tv a lot, especially on univision and telemundo. it was worth getting him in a good place from john podesta. there needs to be a "catholic spring" in which catholics demand the end of middle ages deitatorship for gender equality in the catholic church. this was to be clear an e-mail to john podesta and and then responded he was talking about a catholic spring. talking about a shakeup, a muslim spring. let's change this religion. i would expect the outcry would be astronomical. >> this is not a war against islam and we would worry about islam phobia. today the acceptable bigotry is
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against evangelical christians or catholics. the kind of things you can say about them you would never say a about anyone else. they put on a public face and we're going to haiti because we care about the suffering, but behind closed doors they're trying to figure out how to get contracts to their own donors. behind closed doors they say completely different things to corporations. we're worried about the bias against the rich. >> devil's advocate. donald trump has a tape emerged suggesting behind closed doors he's talking about potentially sexual assault and not just to pick ophin him, but don't all politicians show us what they do privately. >> trump's defenses are not against the public purse. here's frump ten years ago and a private citizen on a bus. with hillary and bill, these are people dealing with the public
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treasury and the public bus and we've seen systematic abusers of that. renting their lincoln -- >> well, real quick, there was another e-mail emerging saying even chelsea clinton had concerns about pay for play and they did a major audit by a major law firm and they found major problems. >> here's the big picture. i am an immigrant and i believe in ladders of opportunity. i believe in giving everyone an equal chance. they talk like this. how close are you to the clintons? how much are you willing to kiss their brass ring and how much cash is in your suit case. >> we appreciate it. dinesh d' souza. we appreciate it. what he just said about the thousands of refugees crossing the border and what we should do with them. stunning new poll numbers show donald trump just four points behind hillary clinton. did the main stream media write
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some quick headlines. north korea's latest missile launch fails. the projectile failing shortly after liftoff. the failed launch was made near the airport. south korea strongly condemning the launch because it violate security resolution. overnight the four alarm fire speending smoke and flames hundreds of feet into the air forcing dozens of people to evacuate neighboring buildings. the cause of the blaze is a
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mystery. clayton? >> thanks, sandra. recent scandals might not have much of an impact on trump's campaign, but he's just within four points of hillary clinton's lead. is the media writing him off too soon? let's ask our panel. catherine and john burnett. nice to see both of you this morning. your paper. this bombshell comes up. this is not some internet poll that donald trump gets excited about. abc news/"washington post" poll. are you excited about these numbers? >> yes and no. what was interesting is that a large share of republican voters did seem to be disgusted by trump's behavior and did say, i think half of them said that they believe that trump has been forcing himself on women. but the vast majority of people said it doesn't affect their vote. >> not going to affect their vote. okay, we're fine with that and the numbers seem to shift back. i think within seven points now
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four. you surprised? >> margin of error. exactly. well, i agree with my fellow panelists that people are looking at this based upon math and not politics. based who is going to put more money in their pockets. who is going to pick the right supreme court justices and who is going to do the right thing based upon what's in it for them. >> i've seen this on facebook. the messages seem to be all the same from republican supporters which is, yes, it was disgusting, et cetera, but i care about immigration. >> it happened 11 years ago. that's what people are saying. >> here's the likely voters and whether or not when they look at their tape how it broke down. let's look at this. 64% said it won't make a difference. 35% said less likely tama lly t difference. who is the 1%. they're more likely to vote for donald trump. >> maybe somebody trolling the pollsters. >> now we hear, of course, john,
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a strategist jumped in on this point from the donald trump campaign. you heard this from mike huckabee on our show and newt gingrich saying he needs to stay on issue. he needs to stick to the issues and stop when all these new allegations keep coming out and keep shooting them down. have you seen that woman? i would never do that. it seems he has been doing that all week and who is right here? >> look. the third time should be a charm for donald trump. he didn't do so well in the first debate and came back in the second debate, so, third debate for the 90 minutes, he needs to stay on message and talking about what's most important for americans. if he spends 90 minutes attacking bill clinton and hillary clinton, then it will be the biggest gop effort for opponents. he needs to talk about the economy, jobs, things that are most important to everyday voters. >> i agree with this. i think the issue with trump right now is that when he gets
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defensive when these accusations rise and he starts attacking and accusing himself and the important demographic he needs to get to the polls, white suburban women. women who are leaning republican but are turned off by his rhetoric. he needs to speak to their issues. whether those are economics or social and lead the sort of, this reaction to lash out and kind of get down in the mud. >> all that does is just solidify his base. but he needs the middle. the onwnly way to attract the middle is to give them a message. >> how important is wednesday night's debate? >> i think it's very important. generally in previous elections it's not clear that debates have actually had a turning point, but so much disgust on both sides or against both candidates and the numbers are so close at this point that i think there are enoughenough people one waye
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other. >> perhaps the biggest october surprise is donald trump staying on message for 90 minutes. >> we'll see wednesday night, perhaps the biggest debate of the entire election season. our own chris wallace will moderate that debate on wednesday night. thanks so much. a fox news alert right now. brand-new e-mail bombshell for hillary clinton. they can deal with the fbi to reclassify her e-mails. live report from washington on that story, straight ahead. and america, you knew this was coming. "snl" does their best ken bone. >> put your hands together for the one and only ken bone p. >> you all ready for this. ♪
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the house overnight committee. tells fox news the alleged quid pro quo involved the state departments under secretary for management patrick kennedy who was pushing an fbi official to change the classification of at least one of hillary clinton's e-mails to a lower, less classified level. in that same conversation, the fbi official brought up a previous request from the bureau that the state department create additional slot for the fbi and oversea missions. in a statement to less to their own devices, the fbi would never have provided these records to congress and waited until the last minute. this is the third batch because the fbi didn't think they were relevant. he has not read the documents himself, which include classi classified documents, but he said some conflict in the record based on briefings from staffers. he said there are grounds for at least four congressional hearings over these allegations
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when congress comes back. now, the fbi responded last night with a lengthy statement explaining just the two conversations regarding the classifications of clinton's e-mail and the additional slot for the fbi overseas were separate issues and maintained everything "the classification of the e-mail remains changed and there was never a quid pro quo. these allegations were nonetheless to the appropriate officials for review." we'll get more on this in the next week and these transcripts are expected to be released on monday to congress. >> troubling, too too, think that the fbi would become a political organization. we like to think the justice department is separate from the political process of this country. >> james comey we had to listen to him say it over and over that policy does not play a part. >> still going back to his news conference where he laid out how troubling all of this was for hillary clinton and said, but, no charges. then patrick kennedy, as well,
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who is mentioned by garret. he was a top state department official under benghazi and all kinds of questions what he told the public, didn't tell the public and what was going on behind the scenes. hey, fbi, we'll scratch your back if you retroactively say this is not secret. they were trying to say not classified information on hillary clinton servers. >> that being reported this morning and we should mention the fbi is denying all of it. the pope is speaking out how child refugees are being treated. pope francis urging the world to help bring in the displaced kids instead of forcing them out. he spoke out against countries that closed their borders or deport them back to uncertain futures back home. warning of the horrors they could face along the way like abduction, human trafficking and child labor. well, a car smashed to pieces and split in half. here's the image of it. and miraculously all of those
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>> ken, you're not going to turn out to be a weird little creep or anything, are you? >> maybe. >> oh, my. well, the real ken bone set the internet on fire during the debate with a question on energy and his outfit. before landing in a massive endorsement with uber. and those sweaters are sold out for halloween costumes now. >> you can't get the main male version of the ken bone costume any more but, however, janice, you can get the sexy ken bone outfit which is available for halloween. it just shows you that they can turn anything into a sexy halloween outfit. >> not good. >> not good, clayton. >> sandra and clayton, you know we're having a tailgate party out here on the plaza. hello, giants. you need to do it today. you need to do it today and we're going to talk barbecue
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with chef matt here in just a second. but we have to do the weather today. how is the weather today? >> going to be a beautiful day. >> 54 in new york and warm up to the mid-70s today. 69 in kansas city. cold front pushing up against the upper midwest and the great lakes could bring some rain and perhaps a thunderstorm. the big story is the northwest where they are getting storm after storm after storm into this region. northern california, center california. you'll get some rainfall out of this which is good news. we'll also see higher elevation snow and gusty winds as several of these systems make their way inland and the potential for higher elevation snow. two feet maybe and up to a foot of rain across the northwest down towards central california. we'll be watching this. i just, i can't -- oh, my gosh. can you hear my stomach growling right now. i love the smell of barbecue in the morning. tell us what you are doing for us for our tailgate party. >> we're famous for our smoked meat. we brought our pulled pork
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smoked 14 hours and our brisket. we'll carve these things up right here. >> let's do this right now. >> we're going to start with the burnt ends. >> eo oh, my gosh, never too ea for burnt ends. you guys do tailgate parties for the giants. >> we'll be with chef on november 6th. giants versus the eagles. thank you very much. we'll be there doing our tailgate. we do catering, we do full pig roasts and we bring our smoker everywhere we go. >> the smoker. >> called the fat man. >> what is your secret? this is your signature dish, right? ? i want you to try the burnt end. >> just melts in your mouth. >> no secret here. the rub is a little bit of a secret. we'll tell you our ingredients and won't tell you the ratios and then just about smoke and
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restaurant and say i could never make it. let's get to the grill and show us how we can make it. >> prime beef from pat lafrieda, some sea salt. flip it over. throw it on the grill. really simple. really simple. what we do afterwards tv magic. we have one ready to go. always two pieces of american cheese. throw it on there. >> two not one. >> always two. >> i've been doing it wrong my whole life. >> and then after that, bun. the bun is very important. brioche buns, martin potato bun, the best. special sauce, thousand island, little chipotle and pickle. >> is that better than the shake sha shack. >> we don't talk about shake shack. some lettuce and tomato. all right. cut it in half for you. don't make a mess. >> all right.
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>> grab it. go for it. >> real quick. >> all you go, perfect. >> best tailgate party ever. i want to send it back inside. guys, this is delicious. you have to get out here. >> i can't even speak. >> you gain wait when you work on "fox & friends." part of the beauty of this show. >> not you, clayton. so much to get to this morning. hillary clinton hits wall street hard on the campaign trail. >> we're going to make sure that nobody, no corporation, and no individual can get away without paying his fair share. >> thank you. >> i think it's time that the wealthy corporation pay their fair share. >> but when she speaks right to their faces, the whole different story. we've got a look at her wall street transcripts. those highly anticipated transcripts, clayton. plus, forget about the election. winning the halloween costume race. >> i can guess.
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wells fargo saying and now wikikeep leaks has released what she is saying parts of the speeches that she gave to wall street years ago. in one of those instances clinton admitted she relied on those in the industry to regulate the financial industry, something pretty common in d.c. she says, there's nothing magic about regulation. too little is bad, too much is bad. the people who know the industry better than anybody are the people who work in the industry. a recent call for senator elizabeth warren. her campaign refuses to confirm or deny the authenticity of these e-mails. every time they're asked about the content, they immediately deflect to this idea that russia is the one. the russian government is hacking her campaign and democrats' e-mails and then releasing it in some effort to try to thwart her campaign.
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they're comparing it it to a modern day watergate breakin and saying in a statement, "four decades later another effort to steal campaign documents in order to influence an election. only this time instead of filing cabine cabinets, people's e-mails they're breaking into." a campaign spokesperson is pitting this on trump saying it's frightening how close the foreign policy of donald trump aligns with vladimir putin's preferences. back to you guys. >> appreciate it. >> thanks, rich. coming up here on the show. the obama administration preparing to launch a cyberattack against russia for those wikileaks. but is it simply revenge for the clinton campaign? donald trump knows what it is like to get cut off during the debate. if you're approaching 65,
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the moderators interrupted donald trump at least 15 times compare to the two times hillary clinton was interrupted during last week's town hall. >> that was the line. >> what do you think will happen if aleppo falls? >> i think aleppo is a disaster. >> what do you think will happen if it falls? >> voted for it and you shouldn't have. >> i'd like to move on to an online question. >> wants to allow -- >> why did this march into that? answer the question. why were you interrupting --
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why don't you interrupt her? >> remember that moment? will the final debate be the first unbiased debate? let's ask amy holmes with rasmussen reports. good morning. thanks for having me. >> what are we going to get in this third debate moderated by chris wallace. >> certainly viewers are hoping it will be unbiased. chris wallace with his experience, long time journalist on the sunday shows. >> back -- >> feet to the fire. i think that's going to be his goal. the question is will the candidates -- >> fair point. he didn't ask the most substantive questions. if the candidates mud sling, that's out of his hands. >> as far as the actual discussion, we've gotten hints from chris wallace, the economy, the supreme court, foreign hotspots and fitness to be president. >> fitness to be president, that's an area where you might see the mud start flying between
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these two candidates. i want to call your attention to -- 46% of likely voters expected the moderators to be biased in the direction of hillary clinton. only 6% thought that moderators would be helping donald trump. unfortunately, from some of the clips there, the clip you just played with all those interruptions, a lot of voters' sket sickepticism was -- >> he's going to challenge both of them when necessary. ask the questions and then the art of moderation is in the follow-up. if a follow-up is necessary, you do that. in previous debates most of the follow-up questions did go to donald trump. a lot of them -- >> as a frustrated viewer, i wanted to follow and have it be more substantive. when it comes to foreign policy, when it comes to syria. syria, of course, is a
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good morning everyone. it is sunday, october 16th. i'm sandra smith. a campaign stunner. hillary clinton likely waking up this morning and asking this question. >> why aren't i 50 points ahead you might is ask? >> that never gets old. >> brand new polls show donald trump within just four points of hillary clinton after a very big couple of weeks. did the mainstream media write off trump too soon? we're live on the campaign trail straight ahead. plus, that's not the only bombshell hillary clinton is dealing with this morning. the state department accused of trying to make a back room deal with the fbi to reclassify her e-mails after the fact. >> unbelievable. was a clinton cover-up in the works? >> it was the bernie sanders who demanded hillary clinton release her wall street speeches. remember this? >> if you give a speech for
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$225,000t must be an extraordinary speech, don't you think? >> this morning, thanks to wikileaks, we know what she said to goldman sachs in those q and a sessions for $225,000. >> "fox and friends" hour two starts right now. barking lot party. >> we'll bring you -- we've got some on the plaza. we've got a big tailgate party outside. >> i can't hear my stomach growling anymore. [ overlapping talking ]. >> we're going to have sandra eat one. >> friendly competition amongst
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the burger makers out there. >> heat on the fire. >> lot to get to. >> jam-packed show for you this morning. as we head into that final debate, brand new polls out this morning, showing donald trump has lost very little support despite days of damaging accusations and news stories. >> and double down on his claims that he's competing in a rigged system. >> so we have doos on the loose. peter doos, l trump tower in manhattan. >> it's really interesting you guys. donald trump is no longer just saying he thinks hillary clinton's off the trail because he's somewhere getting rest. he thinks that she's getting shot up with drugs so that she can participate in the next debate and he's calling for both of them to take a drug test before it happens. >> i think we should take a drug test prior to the debate. i do. i think we should -- why don't we do that?
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we should take a drug test prior because i don't know what's going on with her. but at the beginning of her last debate, she was all pumped up at the beginning and at the end, it was like take me down. >> it's like many pundits declaring donald trump done after a long week of bad press, a new "washington post" abc news poll shows he's still got a pulse registering 43% of support among likely voters. just four points behind hillary clinton's 47%. both clinton and trump have voters saying on their side that they could be convinced to back somebody else. this poll has 88% of trump supporters saying they're definitely behind him. and 89% of clinton backers who are definitely behind her. trump is sharing a story from a former miss tennessee usa who said her experience with trump was nothing like what some of the other panel ent contestants
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alleged. she competed in 2005 wrote and trump retweeted. mr. trump greeted us and wished us good luck. melania spoke as well. not once did he glance, speak or gesture inappropriately. he kept his gaze on melania during most of the encounter. they then exited to enter -- >> a little more than three weeks to the election, he did draw two big crowds in new england yesterday and new hampshire and also in maine. it does not appear that people ran away from him and ran way from supporting him in droves the way that some in the mainstream press would have liked you to believe. >> peter, thank you. live for us at trump tower. we dive into the numbers more deeply this morning asking that specific question to the "washington post." >> does it make a difference? >> did this video, did the trump video make a difference to you?
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overwhelming, 65% or 64% said it won't make a difference at all. >> 35% said it would make them less likely to vote for him. >> what is hillary clinton thinking this morning? what do you throw at donald trump next? literally, everything has been thrown at him and he's had some mistakes candidly that have been self-inflicted wounds and he's four points down in a serious poll. >> she's prepping for this wednesday night debate which she did a lot of prep before. can i remind everybody, as peter just said, three weeks out, we're 23 days to election day. how impressive with covering these election that is we're now looking at hillary clinton leading donald trump by four points in this national poll. >> it's unbelievable after all that's happened. i'm thinking about raging bull. jake la mat a. when deniro was playing him. he was being assaulted. ray, i never went down. hillary clinton has to be looking at donald trump with this last debate with chris
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wallace and saying this guy won't go down. >> to be fair, hillary clinton won't go down. every day it's a new wikileaks, every day a new cut. death by a thousand cuts. we have a fox news alert on this. 34 summaries have been released thanks to a freedom of information act. it's not wikileaks. freedom of information act has now shed some light on what exactly was going on with the fbi and the state department. was there some sort of quid pro quo. >> trying to pressure the fbi to say, look, there were some secret e-mails. we've been reporting on this on fox before anybody else. look, there were secret e-mails, patrick kennedy, allegedly according to the documents saying could we retroactively say they're not classified anymore and throw a bone with overseas jobs and things. quid pro quo mentioned in these documents. the fbi is saying no, nothing
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went wrong here. >> you say that, there is this drip drip drip and you don't know what's going to have a significant impact on hillary clinton's campaign when there's so much. >> charles krauthammer, about seven months ago, would benghazi bother her or this stuff bother her, he said no. she's got her support, all of these things are unflappable. all of these things don't seem to matter and don't move the needle. you know her, she's been vetted. >> charles krauthammer thinks this stuff -- >> you talk about drip drip. think about the wikileaks, over 10,000 e-mails from john podesta's account, they're promising more is coming. let's see what she says about opposing the immigration reform. x quote, they have a backward looking view of america and play on people's fears.
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not on people's hopes. they have to be reject d. i don't care what they call themselves, they have to be rejected because they're fundamentally un-american. she's called donald trump supporters a basket of deplorables and saying if you're not with her on immigration reform, you're un-american. >> also behind these closed doors. these are the full transcripts, another death by a thousand cuts. in these podesta e-mails, the full transcripts, more q and a sessions where she's sort of sitting down with the folks from goldman sachs and on the one hand, she's saying look, we need more transparency. need to know what's going on in the financial sector. i really think we should have rich people running the show. >> while making hundreds of thousands of dollars for these speeches, by the way. >> remember, $225,000 a pop for several different speeches. specifically, some of the comments we read in the transcripts coming out on what she had to say about successful business people. saying, "you know i would like
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to see more successful business people run for office. i really would like to see that because you don't have to have $30 billion. but you have a certain level of freedom." >> she's saying donald trump's argument, i'm not bought and sold by the rich people. i'm not going to take these donations or be bought and sold by a billionaire in las vegas who wants to pay for my campaign. i'm funding my own campaign, going to do it myself. she's echoing donald trump's argue um and why she's not bought and sold. she said part of the problem with the political situation, there's a bias against people who led successful and/or complicated lives. the stretching -- it becomes very onerous and unnecessary. that almost sounds like a quote from donald trump in the first debate at hofstra saying there's all this stuff, it's complicated and she's saying, that's really terrible what you're doing, donald trump. but before goldman sachs and the bankers and the wall street
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folks, i understand. it's complicated. it's okay. what you guys do. >> remember why we shouldn't be shocked, ed, because of so much where her funding comes from. wall street. >> bernie sanders was demanding these transcripts months ago, clayton. >> i think the republicans are looking for a bombshell. you read the transcripts which we did and i don't think there's a bombshell. it shows that she's straddling the fence. in fact, there are quotes where she's pointing out, look, you guys need to be more transparent. nobody knew what a credit default swaps us. >> that gets to the question of hop he's and trustworthiness when you're saying bernie sanders, i know wall street better than anyone. i'm going to reform it and clean it up. then you go backstage, you make a lot of money, i get it. that is two different things. >> friends at fox news.com to weigh in on our facebook page. a lot of news to get to. chaos breaking out at a disney
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park after a driver plunges off of a bridge. san diego police say a 24-year-old drunk driver lost control of his truck hitting a guardrail on a highway and flying into a festival crowd. >> all we heard was a skid, a bang and the vehicle went airborne. he flipped like two or three times. everybody came together as one and they lifted the vehicle up off of him and flipped it over. >> wow. the horrific crash leaving four people dead and several others injured. the driver is in critical condition. a tragedy rocking a community this morning. former new york jets defensive end dennis byrd was killed in a head-on crash in oklahoma. he inspired the world after being paralyzed by a hit against the kansas city chiefs. but amazingly would walk just weeks later. it's unclear what caused an oncoming truck to cross the center line and slam into his suv. dennis byrd was just 50
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years old. bill clinton's luxury private pad funded by taxpayers may be breaking the law. the residence built above his library in arkansas is allegedly being used tore personal reasons outside the clinton foundation and the library for things like entertaining interns. but uses like that have to be claimed with the irs. the residence was built in 2004 and is completely off limits to the press. the story you have all been waiting for in morning. the chicago cubs making a statement in the first game of the nlcs. >> here comes the 0-2. high drive into right. back at the line and it's gone! >> yes! it was an unbelievable moment in wrigley field last night. the entire place went bananas after tie breaking delivered the tie breaking pinch hit.
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grand slam in the bottom of the 8th inning. the cubs slamming their way to an 8-4 win over the los angeles dodgers. they're three wins away from the first world series appearance in over 100 years. >> they've been there. >> haven't won in a 100 years. that was unbelievable. so many people had gone to bed. the game was tied up. shortly before that, the cubs were leading the whole time. they brought in the pinch hitter. >> so excited before. this is awesome. >> still give you that ball back? >> you guys wouldn't appreciate it. >> i appreciate it. i'm a huge fan. preparing to launch a cyber attack against russia for those wikileaks. >> and the message -- >> you'll know it. >> is it simply revenge for the clinton campaign? dr. sebastian gore kerr is live
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next to talk about it. some college students say hillary clinton is a role model. you'll see what happens when we ask them why. >> hillary clinton 100%. >> definitely clinton. >> is there like one accomplishment she had from her lifetime as a politician that sticks out to you most? >> not particularly. >> or just the fact that she's a female. smart kid. indeed. it's good to be in, good hands.
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>> what do you think when you she says it's a cozier relationship. these people firing on u.s. ships. >> more than $150 billion was released to iran was a complete and utter failure. there's no way iranian proxies fired on u.s. navy vessels without clearing it first. they're not playing nice and it's a failure. >> let's turn our attention to russia. the cyber attack on the front page of the post yesterday. cold war 2.0. when you have the vice president on "meet the press" basically telegraphing our position on launching a cyber attack against the russians. listen to this. >> in the capacity to do it and the message -- >> you'll know it? >> you'll know it. at the time of our choosing and under the circumstances that have the greatest impact. >> two things here, doctor.
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one, they were telegraphing it. the other point, though, is that some are saying, critics are saying this is political. retribution for going after hillary clinton's e-mails. >> it's amazing. it's as if nobody in the white house has taken a lesson in 101 military strategy, whether it's telegraphing when we're going to take back most you will or when we're telling moscow we are going -- have they not heard of the use of surprise that you don't tell the enemy what you're going to do? this is so naive and without -- it's incredible. to your second point, i find it strange how when president bush was the commander in chief, how dissension, how uncovering things behind the scenes was deemed the highest form of patriotism by people like hillary clinton. and now when things get out into the open, whether it's through wikileaks or somebody else, suddenly it's bad and we have to attack the people who are
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allegedly behind it. i mean, truly, if the left didn't have double standards, they wouldn't have any standards at all. >> you're referring, of course, to the brad mi manning documents and the left was cheering the fact that happened in the bush administration. quite a double standard here? >> incredible. either it's good always but it can't be good only if the republicans are in the white house. how does that work exactly? so the democrats secrets have to be kept secret, but the republicans' secrets aren't secret? >> thanks dr. sebastian gorka for waking up with us. the fact that she's a female. >> being the first woman like to run for president. >> she's more to her political views to align with what the majority of the country wants.
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brand new fox news polls believe hillary clinton is a better role model for children than donald trump. >> so with more people choosing clinton as a good role model, our next guest went to georgetown university to quiz college students about who they're voting for and why. >> good morning. >> i'm sure that they had a laundry list of things that they could stand behind and say hillary clinton did this, this, this and this. >> i keep waiting to have students provide me with great evidence and a lot of political knowledge. not too many students could point out what was going on with hillary clinton. want to say after this poll, do young people fall in line with the rest of the bull.
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when you call someone a role model, you can say here are some accomplishments. as you can see in the video there were not too many accomplishments there. do we give discretion? >> we'll let them see. >> we'll take a look. between hillary clinton and donald trump, which candidate are you more likely to support? >> hillary clinton 100%. >> hillary clinton. >> hillary clinton. hillary clinton. >> definitely hillary. >> is there one accomplishment she had from her lifetime as a politician that sticks out to you most? >> not particularly. just the fact that she's worked in government before. >> more so the fact that she's a female. >> being the first woman to like run for president. >> she's more her political views to align with what the majority of the country wants. >> opponents call that flipflopping. >> money to put my kids through college. >> oh, boy. >> that's a great spin on flipflopping. she's morphed her views to fit where the country is. >> most of the people didn't have anything. they would go, i don't know.
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if people had something, they said. >> i see the hammock there too. do they have hammocks on campus? >> now hammocking is a thing on college campus. >> so is not knowing why to support a candidate. >> what did they say about donald trump? >> they were quick to say they weren't supporting him. they didn't have concrete evidence for her or for donald trump. >> young people they're just going along with what they're hearing from professors and administrators and quick to say they support democratic candidates. but because they don't want to be ostracized. >> are they going to vote? >> the clinton campaign is relying on them to vote for her because she's not donald trump. that may be helping her in the polls. on election day, to vote against someone and not for something -- >> bernie sanders, the millennials they were passionate about saying i want to go vote for him. not against hillary.
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in this case against trump maybe. but for bernie sanders. because of his views. because of his passion. is that going to be a problem for her, people staying home? >> absolutely. hillary clinton is not doing a good job of relating to millennials. bernie sanders spoke about issues they cared about. watching hillary clinton, if you ever feel bad about your ability to relate to young people, watch hillary clinton try to do it. she comes across as stiff and forced. while she may be making an effort owe. >> didn't she recently bring al gore to try to get the millennial vote. >> the supporters and proponents, elizabeth warren, bernie sanders. it's an older generation that isn't relating very well. >> the fact that they have hammocks on campus. >> tucker carlson wants a hammock. >> next time. >> great to be on. >> thanks, kevin. we are now three days away, three days away from the final presidential debate. what can we expect in the last
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got it. >> mr. trump, same question. do you feel you're modeling appropriate behavior for youth? >> no next. >> can women be charged more for -- and number four -- ah! >> now, since everyone has been so good, it's time for a special treat. >> are you y'all ready for this? ♪ >> oh, my god. pretty good. >> i'm sorry. alec baldwin is spot on. kate mckinnon impression of -- alex baldwin, donald trump says no way. >> he hasn't said that. he did tweet -- he said he's spot on? he says watch "saturday night live" hit job on me. i think baldwin's portrayal stinks. media rigging election. >> that's directed at you, clinton.
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>> i think alec baldwin's impression is pretty good. >> what about the lean? >> she came out, it looked weird sitting on that chair. it was too big and she's leaning back when trump was talking. she kind of stood back up again as if maybe i shouldn't be sitting. >> will there be any more awkwardness. you'll find out. it's moderated by our own chris wallace on wednesday night. 9:00 p.m. can't wait. >> cannot wait. >> that's the final showdown. >> we look into this now. we have headlines. in a doomed malaysia airlines flight 370. the author of a new book says that's the case. she believes if the pilot hadn't taken a bathroom break, the flight may not have gone down and disappeared. she claims the co-pilot didn't have as much experience and the captain may have handled the emergency better. >> a florida couple threatened with eviction for flying an
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american flag. they hupg it on their balcony over the fourth of july and now facing a fine. >> grandfather fought for the right to hang that flag up. my dad was in the military too. for them to tell me i can't hang a flag up that represents the country we're living in is the craziest thing i could possibly think of. >> florida law allows u.s. flags to be displayed even if landlords don't want them. more wikileaks e-mails revealing larry david was in high demand with the democratic -- at the democratic primary. >> i'm your biggest fan. i'm telling you, i'm feeling the bern. >> what do you mean? >> shake my hand. >> shake it after a cough. >> both clinton and sanders were vying for david's endorsement right after his snl appearance.
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clinton's campaign manager john podesta asking the fellow campaign staffer to find out if david was for hillary or for bernie. after asking director rob reiner, communications director christina shakey wrote back that david wasn't endorsing anyone, including sanders who also asked for it. >> halloween fest approaching. demand growing for kos sucostum the presidential candidates. which of the costumes is more in demand? imt it's going to be a huge holiday. >> they're out-selling the hillary clinton outfits. some stores even having trouble keeping up with this year's demand for donald trump masks. >> making fun of him or do they find him -- very interesting. >> turning now to extreme weather. one of the worst wind storms in the his fri bearing down on
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pacific northwest. winds topping 100 miles per hour. mother nature's wrecking ball putting portland and seattle in its crosshairs, knocking trees on top of cars, ripping off roofs and flooding streets. nearly 130 residents struggle to recover from a rare double tornado touchdown less than 24 hours before this latest blow. it's unreal. >> janice dean is tracking it all. she joins us with more. good morning, janice. >> we're watching the storm system that moved into the pacific northwest. it's the remnants of what was a typhoon. that's why we saw hurricane-force gusts as well as the potential for heavy rainfall across the pacific northwest and higher elevation snow. not just that storm. we have a couple of storm systems moving in. this is going to be a trying time for not only the northwest but northern and central california. the good news is they'll get a little bit of moisture with this. the winds will be an issue for a
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big chunk of the west coast. if you're flying into las vegas, hint hipt to a lot of fox employees going out to the debate. it's going to be windy. might be a rough ride. the forecast looking good. we have a front moving across the interior northeast bringing you rain. look at the temperatures across the south, very warm. upper midwest looks good aside from the cold front and we're watching the west. switching gears, celebrity caterer andrea is here. this is like fancy tailgate party. >> this is fancy tailgating, all the football classics with an elegant twist. >> okay. give it. >> this is a great thing for the back of your car. take a little marker and you can write little signs, make it fun and fabulous. guacamole instead of a boring bowl. put them in glass jars or plastic cups. these are b chicken meatballs. much easy to heat in a tailgating situation.
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celery stick secure with bleu cheese on the bottom. >> can i try one? >> of course. >> keep going. >> absolutely yummy. >> pulled pork, another classic. this time, make little tiny tacos or you can buy them. we're serving them up with -- >> oh, my gosh, i can have 100 of those. >> these are b chips. make them out of beets. and they're fabulous. >> mini grilled cheese. >> oh, my gosh. >> you can get a little cookie cutter and make thes little breads and make a mini grilled cheese. >> aren't they fabulous. >> nobody, nobody expects to have laz a rolls at a tailgate. go to the bakery, get mini buns and you have a fabulous tailgating treat. >> i love it.
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>> andrea -- >> first we have to go to sandra and we'll come back for more. >> maybe. >> yes. >> i will happily take it from here. i have all of your bar needs. >> diane hendricks. >> great to be back. >> everybody needs an early morning bloody mary with all the fickin fixings, right? >> absolutely. >> all the fixings. i'm using the enlightened grained vodka, unfiltered american vod kachlt it's awesome. it's got different flavors. >> you need a nap after that one. >> then you add a little bit of celery seeds. we're going to add tabasco which everybody loves. it adds heat and a nice depth of flavor. a little bit of true lemon. like fresh lemons. it's got the oils and the juices from lemons. little horde radish and
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worcestershire. we're going to shake that up and get it in the glass. we've got shrimp. >> it's all about the fixings. >> wow. does that look delicious. beautifully presented. >> it's unbelievable. >> how about a mimosa for others. >> we have blue hour tequila that we're using. it's an award winning tequila made with 100% a gave. we're going to add fresh lime juice. what i'm adding is splenda naturals. i'm a dietitian too. zero calories. >> it's so good. >> i don't want to miss the others. mimosa bars here. >> you want to come back to that. we've got barefoot and cube with chardonnay. you can do it with grapefruit or
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good morning again. quick headlines. caught on camera. a michigan hotel clerk stealing a robber's gun and ripping her mask off. while taking the cash, the robber puts her own gun down. the clerk springs into action, snatching the gun turning it on the thief. he jumps over-the-counter wrestling her mask off. thankfully nobody was hurt and the robber got away and is still on the run. >> this customer better hope this store better not have a you break it, you buy it policy. take a closer look at the display worth $6,000. he knocks over one tv, smashes into another and backs into two more. >> no word if he had to pay up. >> that's got to be -- >> you buy that? >> maybe they should have been put in a different spot. >> we have to ask mike pence if you get a chance. he's in the crucial swing state of florida today. >> yes indied. top republicans are gathering to
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energize voters there. >> pence, rubio both appearing at a fundraiser in tampa. adam shapiro was there for the event. he joins us live from florida with more. >> hey adam. >> good morning to all of you. this is an important event for republicans here in florida. they believe they can turn this state in favor of donald trump. let's show that video of mike pence and marco rubio shaking hands at the $250 a plate fundraising dinner. as we talk about mr. pence, marco rubio. the senator running for reelection, when he addressed the crowd, he spoke for close to 30 minutes and didn't once mention donald trump's name. he said in florida, he's winning the hearts and minds of everybody every day. he quoted president ronald reagan saying this is a choice, this election, neither up or down but whether the united states will continue to go down with policies that weaken america's role in the world.
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but what was one of the key speaking points for mr. pence is something we've heard from mr. trump. mr. pence talked about the media's lack of coverage over the wikileaks and hillary clinton and her ties to foreign governments through donations to the clinton foundation. here more of what mr. pence had to say. >> get up every morning, i got to turn on the television with a stick. i don't know what's going to be there. you with me on that? i got a couple amens over here. >> it's obvious the media is doing half the hillary clinton's work for her every day. all right. it's true. but the amazing thing is, donald trump is winning hearts and minds every day and he's going to continue to win the fight all the way to the white house. but it's going to take you all to do it. >> ♪ >> now, the path to the white house here in florida runs right
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through what they call the aye 4 corridor. i'm in hillsborough county in tampa. it runs through the center part of the state to daytona beach. millions of potential voters who republicans are trying to register and switch from voting democrat. for instance, tony ledbetter is the chairman of the gop. that's daytona, daytona beach. they've got a very good chance of turning that county out for donald trump. here's what he told us. >> here's a shadow vote out there. there's many, many, many people that the pollsters can't talk to. if you're just registered to vote in the last year, the pollsters can't find you. these new people coming on board, they're going to vote for one person, that's donald j. trump. >> as you can see, they don't say too much of the polls but show hillary clinton with a slight lead over donald trump in florida. back to you. >> adam shapiro, thank you, sir. >> that i-4 corridor went strongly for obama. interesting to see how it goes
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this time. >> the number is staggering. 38 million evangelicals sat out the last election. father jonathan morris says that can't happen again because religious freedom is at plus, b hillary clinton's e-mail scandal, did the state department pressure the fbi to reclassify hillary clinton's e-mails in a quid pro quo? brett baier will join us live. this is my retirement. retiring retired tires. and i never get tired of it. are you entirely prepared to retire? plan your never tiring retiring retired tires retirement with e*trade. i'm in vests and as a vested investor in vests i invest with e*trade, where investors can investigate and invest in vests... or not in vests. sign up at etrade.com and get up to six hundred dollars.
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recent e-mails released by wikileaks, in an e-mail the clinton campaign chair jopodest
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>> there needs to be a catholic spring in which they end the age of a middle ages did toreship and democracy and respect for gender equality in the catholic church. i have not thought how one would plant the seeds of the revolution or who would plant them. >> who better to plant seeds than today news religion contributor. >> what do you think about this idea of the catholic church is a dictatorship? coming from, to be clear, it was an e-mail going to john podesta, rather than saying no, he says yeah, we would like a catholic spring. >> he says we already tried to do it. and he says we did, we created these organizations called catholics in alliance for the common good, catholics united, sounds catholic. except what they want to do and they would agree with this, i
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think for many of them they said there's nothing shocking about these e-mails, this is what we believe in. they want to line up the catholic church and its teachings with the democratic platform. that's the goal. that is the goal. they want to -- they want to make the catholic church in line with their political purposes. and you know, that's -- >> that's not what the church is there for. >> no. >> for either party. >> father, weigh in on this one, this one from 2011. referring to the catholic church, it's an amazing bastardization of the faith -- >> raising young children as
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catholics, that was what they were talking about. >> all they think about as revealed in these e-mails is if somebody wants to be a believing christian, it must be for political purposes. go on to say they would never want their rich friends to think they were raising their kids evangelical. i've been critical of donald trump and the things he's said and done. we have to be separatraight for that the type of people hillary clinton has chosen to put around her, anti-catholic, evangelical people. >> we know the last election, 38 million evangelicals sat that one out. when you look at in the recent polling, where the vote goes, 65 to 16. mistake to sit this one out in the. >> i don't think anyone should sit out any election, especially the general election, but it is a tough decision. a lot of people come up to me --
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but i'm still going for my best. and for eliquis. reduced risk of stroke, plus less major bleeding. ask your doctor if switching to eliquis is right for you. good morning, everybody, it is sunday, october 16th, i'm sandra smith. a campaign stunner, hillary clinton likely waking up this morning and asking this question. >> why aren't i 50 points ahead you might ask? >> we're having a little fun with that but that was because brand-new polling showing donald trump within four points now of his rival. how? we're live on the campaign trail with the new numbers. >> hillary clinton's wall street speeches finally exposed. wikileaks giving us an inside look what she said and did it include a huge endorsement for
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donald trump? >> we'll tell you. >> america, you knew this was coming -- ladies and gentlemen, put your hands together for the one and only mr. ken bone. >> you all ready for this? ♪ >> it doesn't get old. >> live from new york "snl" takes on debate number two. and done sald trump going off on alec baldwin for his portrayal of him. >> right now. come on in on this sunday morning, we have three days until the big debate -- >> who's going to play chris? >> no, chris wallace will be playing himself, one of the finest journalists in all of television news. >> wednesday night.
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>> hgreat to see you. >> great to be here. >> brand-new polls, fresh out this morning show donald trump has lost very little support despite days of damaging accusations all over the media. >> and this as hillary clinton is off the campaign trail and hunkering down for the debates. >> we have live team coverage this morning. covering the clinton campaign side of things, first let's go live to peter doocey from trump tower. >> reporter: even having as rough a week on the campaign trail as a candidate could have, donald trump still managed to draw two big crowds in new england yesterday and new polls out this morning show he is also still within striking distance of the lead just four points behind hillary clinton with likely voters. he's got 43, she's got 47 in the latest "washington post"/abc news poll and just commented on the new numbers. polls close but can you believe
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i lost large number of women voters based on made up events that never happened. media rigging election. and in the last hour, trump lashed out at last night's cold open to "saturday night live" which was a recreation of last week's debate. quote, watched "saturday night live" hit job on me. time to retire the boring and unfunny show. media rigging election. trump is also doing something more common in the world of presidential campaigning, offering to take a drug test as long as hillary clinton takes one too. he doesn't think she's really just resting when she comes off the trail ahead of debates. he thinks she may be taking some sort of performance enhancing drug. >> i think we should take a drug test prior to the debate. i do. i think we should -- why don't we do that? we should take a drug test -- i don't know what's going on with
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her. but at the beginning of her last debate, she was all pumped up at the beginning and at the end, it was like take me down. >> and about that debate and all of the studying, the clinton campaign said -- trump said yesterday in new hampshire, if you don't know an issue on sunday and where you stand on it, you're not going to know the issue by wednesday. i did inquire with the trump team what he is doing to prepare for the final showdown three days from now. and i was just told he'll be ready. >> no performance enhancing drugs for peter doocy. >> we have this poll, crazy to think about. everyone writing off donald trump and 7 points was the number a few weeks ago -- >> fox poll too. >> now down to 4 points in the new "washington post"/abc news poll. >> gary johnson had been at 10 or 12 various in various polls
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and that one 5%. >> because he was at 1 or 2 -- >> but she has been calling out democrats and saying do not vote for a phony democrat and maybe that's -- >> can we talk about the week that donald trump just had and hillary clinton as well. but donald trump, that video being released and this poll takes place, the "washington post"/abc poll. now we have people saying whether or not that video release made a difference to voters, 64% said it won't make a difference. >> only 35% saying they are less likely to vote -- >> who's the 1% who saw the video? >> you know what -- >> okay, yeah. >> you know, the other thing underpinning all of this in all of these polls, we heard this before but is it finally true, people have been scared given the coverage, all of the attacks. are they afraid to admit they are going to vote for him? >> that's a question i've been having all along.
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this idea that when you go into the booth, when you're there by yourself and spouse isn't there, whom you've been telling over dinner there's no way i'm voting for that guy, close the curtain, go in there and you vote the way that you're going to vote and no one will know about, i didn't vote for him. >> the clinton campaign is hoping in your scenario, no, i'm not confident in trump as commander in chief and going to go with clinton. this poll suggests, wait a second, donald trump has closed this gap and this is a real race despite the media narrative it's over. >> hillary clinton having a heck of a couple of weeks and hillary clinton remains in hiding at the moment. her campaign is doing her dirty work after another round of documents of her speeches have been exposed. >> live this morning from chappaqua with more on clinton's damage control. good morning, rich. >> reporter: good morning. remember during the democratic primary bernie sanders went after hillary clinton claiming she was too close to wall street
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and called on her to release the transcript of those paid speeches to wall street. she refused and won the democratic primary and now promising to reign in wall street. wikileaks says it obtained copies of those wall street speeches and posted them online. and semly it shows in one instance, a preference for having those on wall street and financial firms regulate wall street, something that's done commonly in washington, d.c. however, very much at odds with the bernie sanders elizabeth warren wing of the party. in another one she explains the dodd frank law and the need for it. that's the financial regulatory reform law the past few years back and said there was a need to do something because for political reasons, if you were an elected member of congress and people in your constituency were losing jobs and shutting businesses and everybody in the press is saying it's all of the fault of wall street, you can't sit side idly by and do nothing.
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the clinton campaign is to essentially neither con or deny they are -- >> don't think you can miss around with our election and our own choice of who our leaders are going to be. we're going to make that decision ourselves. >> her campaign is describing this hack as a modern day watergate break-in. hillary clinton is in westchester county new york, her home, we expect more debate prep from her today. >> she'll need to respond to some of these new batches of e-mails we just received overnight and getting a glimpse into the full transcript of her speeches that bernie sanders was calling for during his campaign events. he would say, if these speeches, you're giving to goldman sac
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sachs -- >> $220,000. >> we have a glimpse into exactly what they look like. >> the amount she was paid for wall street speech amounted to millions of dollars that the clintons can bring in. so we have -- we have revelations here and by the way these have not been authentic indicated. i think whoever runs to president, she says, has to have a clear idea where he or she wants to take the country and has to run on those ideas because the election cannot be about personalities, all of the irrelevant stuff of the day after the election sort of dispadi dissipates and you wake up, what am i going to do? it needs to be an election about the future. >> it's not going to be about personalities or partisan sniping? >> can you believe it? >> it's interesting to read the transcripts, she calls outs wall street and talks about the dodd frank law, for being able to
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lend money, they feel like -- >> tightened restrictions. >> she admits, a lot of that was mill, political. we had to do something. it was a big disaster in our country, you were trading things that didn't exist, credit default swaps -- >> donald trump has been saying in these debates, bernie sanders said your judgment was off and you went behind closed doors and told the wall street bankers one thing when they were lining pockets for the speeches and then you go out there and say i'm going to reform wall street and go further than dodd/frank, behind closed doors she's like -- >> she also seemed to suggest a donald trump style character would be good for america. >> somebody with business experience. >> and a lot of money who wouldn't be bought and sold by someone funding their campaign. >> this is an an opportunity for trump to say, that is my message. will he be pulled off in the third debate into other side
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issues or say, wait a second and take it right to her. >> 9:00 p.m. eastern time this wednesday night, chris wallace. now to headlines starting with a fox news alert. >> third time in a week, multiple missiles fired near the "uss mason", it was not struck and no crew members were hurt. dr. sebastian joined us saying this is proof the iran deal was a failure. >> there is no way iranian prophecies fired on vessels without clearing it first with tehran, they are not playing nice and the deal is a complete failure. >> two days earlier, tomahawk missiled were fired to destroy radar sites which they believe played a role in the earlier attacks. the pope speaking out about how child refugees are being treated. pope francis urging the world to help bring in the displaced kids instead of forcing them out.
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he spoke out against countries that close borders or deport them back to uncertain futures back home warning of the horrors they could face along the way like abduction and human trafficking and child labor. >> the chicago cubs, making a statement in first game of the nlcs. >> 0-2. hard drive into right. it's gone! >> trying to contain my excitement this time. wrigley field as you can see going bananas after montero delivers a tie breaking pinch-hit grand slam in the bottom of the eighth inning. an 8-4 win over the los angeles dodgers and they are now three wins away from their first world series appearance in over 70 years. who says anything about a billy goat curse. >> the dodgers are only four games away from a world
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series -- >> what's your point? >> i'm a cubbies fan. >> did the state department pressure the fbi to reclassify hillary clinton's e-mails in a quid pro quo? >> brett baier is live to dequid pro quo, who do we see secretary of state michael bloomberg? the new revelation in those e-mails straight ahead. hey america, still not sure whether to stay or go on that business trip?
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a fox news alert and
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bombshell allegations of a quid pro quo offered by the state department to the fbi to reclassify hillary clinton's e-mails. >> special report anchor brett baier joins us to react. hey, brett. >> good morning from the vegas strip. >> this fbi story breaking overnight is remarkable and something hillary clinton will probably have to explain in the next debate. >> and senator kaine will explain it on "fox news sunday" to the best of his ability. this is a big story. steve hayes with the weekly standard broke this story and it involve s patrick kennedy, clos to secretary clinton and involves the fbi and classification and involves a promise to kennedy would provide overseas fbi slots in exchange for a different classification
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for some e-mails. it also involves ar cane process that kennedy was suggesting to bury e-mails in the state department so it could never be seen. you add this to the information we're hearing and seeing on the e-mails coming from john podesta's e-mails from wikileaks about all that was done and talked about ahead of the deleting of the server, you have some real questions about possible cover-up and it raises questions about the fbi investigation. >> that will be an interesting question for senator kaine on the show today. also, i'm sure you'll talk about the other side of things. the wikileaks side of this, we get to see these goldman sachs transports this morning and diving into those discussions she was having with these wall street bankers. and what do you expect to -- what do you expect senator kaine's defense will be of
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these? >> i think their defense has been that this is russia acting out, they can't authenticate any specific e-mail, however they are also not denying that any e-mail is actually authentic. and some of them may be talked about, some hillary clinton talked about on the debate, the speech referenced. the goldman sachs speech will raise eyebrows with bernie sanders supporters, that she didn't say publicly. >> you have tim kaine coming up on "fox news sunday" and mike pence and of course we're going to hear a bit about the chris wallace moderation of the final showdown coming up this wednesday. >> it will be fun. chris wallace is the power player on his own show. he gets into the preparation he's been doing. obviously, it's a huge event and we talked about the pride he has
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personally but also for fox news to be the first anchor on fox news channel to get the nod to moderate a general debate. we put time into that interview and obviously to have both vice presidential nominees on the program is a good tee up to the debate. >> brett baier pinch-hitting r chris wallace, thanks for joining us today. >> he'll do as well as montero do. >> the pinch-hit thing -- >> mean while obama administration preparing to launch a cyber attack for russia for the wikileaks we were just talking about. >> we have the capacity to do it and the message -- he'll know it. >> edward snowden is firing back at the vice president. >> after those stunning poll numbers, we revealed this number, did the media write trump off too soon?
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welcome back. first up, 100 million, that's how much donald trump's campaign has raised in september. his latest haul brings the grand total to $360 million. >> next, 120,000, that's how many seasonal workers amazon plans to hire nationwide. holy cow. the push comes as the biggest online retailer scrambles to prepare for the holiday shopping rush. and finally, 600th.
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♪ the simpsons >> 28 seasons. 28 seasons, that's the milestone "the simpsons" episode 600 is set to air tonight. the animated show in prime time, that will never work they said. big hit. ♪ >> one more number, 23 days until the election and recent scandals, may not be having as much of an impact on trump's campaign as the mainstream media suggests. are folks writing him off too soon? let's go to our panel, gop strategist john burnett, what say you about the fact that donald trump has had the kitchen sink thrown at him, like raging bull when deniro says, ray, i
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didn't go down. i didn't go down. he has been hit with everything and still standing. >> well, partisanship trumps all is part of it. if you look at the poll numbers you're referring to, half of republicans say they do believe that trump has made unwanted sexual advances against women but two thirds don't think this is a legitimate campaign issue. >> it won't affect their vote? >> it won't affect their vote. there are more republicans that say bill clinton's treatment of women is a relevant campaign issue. >> john, as you look deeper in the poll to be fair to hillary clinton, it's saying trump is keeping it tight in closing the gap by the partisanship that katherine mentioned, that republicans are coming home, we've got to get behind him. but that the strong enthusiasm, the fierce enthusiasm of the turnout for donald trump might be waining a little bit.
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>> if it was waning, the polls wouldn't tighten. so if that said, i think that he's still growing strong. some voters are look at it as this happened ten years ago. it happened last week, sometime within the election cycle the last couple of years -- >> i would argue it's not just the headline poll numbers that matter, it's who actually shows up on november 8th. that's what's important. that's the real wild card here, there are reasons to think the polls i don't overstate hillary's lead -- >> explain that. >> overstating her lead, there's this idea of a bradley effect that people are reluctant to tell pollsters they support a candidate like donald trump. >> hit with all of these allegations. >> that they are reluctant to tell polsteres it's what the true beliefs are because they will be judged for it. that would understate -- overstate hillary's lead. he has a much better ground game than trump has.
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>> well, she's been in politics forever and has a well oiled machine, get out the vote machine. trump is still sort of building that. >> she definitely spends a lot of money, that doesn't mean it will translate into votes. >> what do you make of that in terms of is that the so-called trump card, the idea that these polls even that show it's tight are actually undershowing donald trump's support and more people will turn out on election day? >> i think that's not too far from the truth. if i was to advise trump, i would say look, it is not a reality tv show, however, it's a realty for voters. he needs to talk about jobs and the economy and the supreme court justice in this next debate. if not, this will be a one season campaign that's canceled at the end with no four-year extension. >> john, always has those equips and brings them and that was one of them. i wonder, what do you think about the idea that, you know, wikileaks, we keep talking about
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it, drip, drip, drip. is it baked into the cake in the sense people have been hearing about hillary clinton's e-mail troubles forever, barring some major bombshell, does it really matter? >> i don't think it does. what we've seen in the wikileaks messages so far, it's not a bombshell. it's sort of confirms things that were already suspected going on. >> not honest and trust worthy. >> that her comments towards wall street audience members for example, maybe she was too friendly in her remarks. you know, things about how she was managing her image, that kind of stuff, you know, voters have been thinking about that forever, maybe it confirms suspicion but i'm not sure it changes. >> i actually agree with that. i think it will confirm it but the thing is, she has a challenge with exciting bernie supporters and this brings them -- like a debbie downer in a sense. she can spend a lot of money on
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the ground game but that may not translate into votes she needs. >> google trends has been showing that for all of the coverage of the old trump scandals, in fact people online have been searching a lot more for mfgs about wikileaks. we'll see if that has a bigger impact or not. a writer for "new york times" says donald trump is to blame for the divided state of our country. is that really fair. >> plus, if hillary clinton is elected could we see a secretary of state named michael bloomberg? that new revelation still ahead. the party on the plaza continues, tailgating all morning, we'll have a twist on that tailgating classics. stay with us. ♪
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before we begin, we just need to do one last thing. >> let me start by walking over to you just as i practiced. right, left, right left, right left. >> helping kids my whole life. in 1992 i helped a kid name kevin mcallister find a hotel
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lobby. you might remember the documentary home alone 2, lost in new york. >> who's here? tress. bill, how could you? how will i go on with the debate? i'll never be able to remember my facts and figures. get real, i made a steal, this is nothing. >> get out there and vote on election day and mark your calend calendars, november 35th -- >> oh -- >> donald trump was not having it, usually has a good sense of humor but he went on "saturday night live" and made fun of himself. he tweeted this morning, watch "saturday night live" hit job on me. time to retire the boring and unfunny show, media rigging election. >> okay, he -- wasn't a fan of last night's show. >> i like the hillary clinton moment -- we didn't show it in in clip, she walks up to the chair -- and excuse me, i'm going to do a lean here for a
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moment. >> i like when she did the left right, this is how a plan -- >> like a robot. >> all right, a lot going on this morning. let's get to headlines. it's not a secret attack if up announce it. edward snowden mocking vice president joe biden's cyber wars threat after he said this -- >> we have the capacity to do it and -- >> he'll know it. >> he'll know it and it will be at the time of our choosing and under the circumstances that have the greatest impact. >> snowden then tweeting, i get the feeling nobody told vice president joe biden what covert operation means. if the cyber war were serious, it would be the nsa doing it, not the cia. well, michael bloomberg isn't running for president but wikileaks reveals he wants a job in a potential hillary clinton
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white house. cleveland aide asked bloomberg's camp, is there something mike bloomberg would want to do in his life in administration? his aide responding, secretary of state, which ain't going to happen. yes, hillary clinton -- he took the statement enough and forwarded it to campaign chair john positidesta. >> leo dicaprio's days feeling this great may be numbered. >> i'm the king of the world! >> environmental charity giving dicaprio an ultimatum fs being tied to a malaysian scandal. come clean and admit taking dirty money or step down. so far no response from leo's camp. and the moon takes center
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stage in the night sky, hunter's supermoon out in full force, quicking off three straight months of super moons and it comes up 20 minutes earlier and it closer to earth than ever giving extra light to hunter's at night. you can watch november and december 14th. i caught it last night and it was brilliant. lit up the night sky. >> november 14th -- >> couple more chances there. >> i think we'll go out to janice on the plaza. a lot going on outside. janice? >> we're having a tailgate party and having fun with louisiana finest, how do you do tailgating in louisiana? >> it's all good the food. jumbo louisiana sausage, gumbo and sausage and sweet corn grits. we'll have a good time. >> mr. drew brees ones part of
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walk ons. >> drew brees is playing a football game, couldn't be here today. >> he has an excuse. >> he'll beat the panthers, go drew. our founders are walk-ons on the lsu basketball team. we started on the gates of tiger stadium at lsu. >> tell us about your wonderful dishes for tailgating. >> we pride ourself on awesome food in louisiana, so we have a duck an andouille sausage and rendered duck fat and holy trinity, peppers and onions and celery and crawford etouffee and world famous bacon wrapped stuffed shrimp. you can do this at home and it takes fresh shrimp and peel them and open them up and split them. we have infused cream cheese and jalapeno smoked with bacon. you sear it to get a nice char,
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sweet corn grits -- >> does it have my name on it? >> it has your name on it. >> i love this kind of tailgating, bacon makes everything taste good. >> it makes everything taste great. >> oh, my god walk-ons, i'll be visiting in louisiana. >> come on over here. >> we're here with jeb from the ranch. what are we cooking up today? >> the main thing is baby back ribs, a little venison and wild boar sausage and cowboy rib eyes for cowboys. >> what's the secret to getting the perfect rib? >> it's a slow process and you have to nurture it. we'll grab one off the grill for you. the key is you start with a good rub and here in texas we use a lot of sweet because we like it like that and -- >> brown sugar.
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>> cayenne pepper and cold smoke and then baste it in shiner bok beer. >> tell us about this ven ison. >> and wild boor sausage has a little jalapeno and cheddar cheese and cowboy rib eyes are from the ranch outside of dallas. >> my brother lives in texas and always posting pictures on facebook of all of the wild boar he goes out shooting. >> wild boars run all over the place? >> they are taking over. >> that's fantastic. what about this steak? >> an 18-ounce cowboy rib eye, has the bone in it. it's ang us, you can't go wrong with that. great, great meat. >> delicious. thank you so much. i want to try ribs.
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>> there's a plate right there. >> i'll seat this on a commercial break. a writer for the l.a. times says donald trump is to blame for the divided state of our country. is that fair? howie is here to react next. stepping in to sing the national anthem when the audio stopped working and her performance going viral. she joins us straight ahead ♪ whose broad stripes and --
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the countdown is on, 23 days to the election and new l.a. times headline claims donald trump has turned to scorched earth campaigning and could affect a lot more than the election. >> the opinion piece goes on to blame trump for the divided state of the country but is that fair? here to react is media buzz host right here on the fox news channel, howie curtz. >> clearly donald trump is to blame for everything including hurricanes and heartbreak of psoriasis. it is fair to point out over the last week or so he engaged in super charged rhetoric about a rigged election and really slamming the media and democrats and even republican
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establishment, but this piece was so loaded that they couldn't find anybody -- the authors could not find anybody who mildly disagreed with the premise of scorched earth campaigning and mitt romney was quoted and the msnbc contributor giving up radio show because he can't stand trump and kind of presumes and this is where i fault the recent coverage, it kind of presumes that everything was fine in america until donald trump came along. >> exactly. >> you make a good point. here's a quote, many who have watched trump's campaign warn the spread of such ideas may be only the beginning. the scorched earth, creating a bitter divide in american society. to your point, everyone was so getting along and everything was just fine in previous campaigns no, not so much but it seems to leave out the fact in the very first debate at hofstra, it was hillary clinton who brought up
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the miss universe allegations from years and years ago. she's not blameless here. >> look, it's a campaign. candidates throw things at each other. it's a tough and bitter campaign, both candidates calling each other unfit. i do think that if it's an opinion piece, than the writer is entitled to his opinion but we have to not lose perspective here. i think that when trump uses a phrase like rigged election, many of the progress nos tick caters are saying he's setting himself up that if he loses -- he'll be able to blame it and continue on and start a network and all of that. >> howie, is there a bigger point to be made how this election is going to impact the future of this country? another poll taken this month by survey monkey found that 40% of voters said they had lost faith in american democracy while 6% said they never had it.
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>> yeah, this has been a really ugly election. it's gone totally tab lloloid w women accusing trump of sexual misconduct and him hitting back at the accusers and media outlets reporting these allegations, it is true that the republican party has been completely split and we'll have to pick up pieces after this. i'm not minimizing the effect on our politics and on our country. to only say it's donald trump's fault and democrats are hitting back, i think kind of misses the larger point. >> especially when the wikileaks reveal interesting collusion as well. great to see you, we appreciate it. >> great to see you. >> catch howie at 11:00 a.m. eastern right here on the fox news channel. a brand-new -- john podesta e-mails, more coming out this very hour. we're going throw them right now and share details at the top of
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the hour. one high school volleyball player showing off another skill, stepping in to sing the national anthem when the audio stopped working. by the dawn's early light ♪ ♪ what so proudly we hailed at the twilight's last gleaming ♪ >> gives chills. her performance going viral and joins us live next. through the perilous fight ♪ ♪ o'er the ramparts we watched
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♪ by the dawn's early light ♪ ♪ what so proudly we hailed
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at the twilight's last gleaming ♪ >> an high school athlete showed off some of her other skills when the audio system broke down before her game. >> love this story. >> she sang the national anthem and now that incredible performance you're hearing has gone viral. >> here to talk about it is that voice you hear, nice to see you this morning. >> hi. >> so tell us how did this all unfold and happen? >> we were getting ready to play and we were all in line for the national anthem recording and couple of minutes they tried playing it and it stopped and it wouldn't work. so we were just standing there waiting and waiting -- >> for the taping wouldn't play? >> it wouldn't play. so as we waited we looked at the -- are they going to play it? we thought we weren't going to actually skip it.
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so my mom -- i heard her little bit yell at me to sing. and a fan started yelling and my team joined any. they were telling me to sing so like, i was shy and didn't want to but i decided why not -- >> the lesson in part, mom was right. mom was right. >> yes. >> were you nervous to do that? >> i kind of was because i came to play and -- i wasn't ready to sing but after that when i got up i wasn't. it felt like -- >> it's a testament to your courage. in that moment, that's like what people are made of you grabbed the microphone and started singing. >> not to mention sound amazing. >> thank you. >> unbelievable. you're going to be -- you're going to be singing for us later, are you cool with that? there's a lot watching. >> very cool. >> are you sure? i'm teasing. you're going to knock it out of the park.
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we'll hear from you a little bit later. thanks so much. >> a fox news alert. brand-new batch of john positde e-mails, details breaking at the top of the hour. plus, wonder why college students think hillary clinton is a role model? >> just the fact that she's a female -- >> being the first woman to run for president. >> kind of like more her political views to align with what the country wants. >> her opponents would call that flip flopping. >> why the millennials like hillary clinton? the answer might surprise you. the man who took that video joins us next hour. ♪
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is sunday, october 16th. this is a fox news alert. at this very moment, a brand-new batch of e-mails has been dropped by wikileaks. we're right now combing through those e-mails and wait until you see what they reveal. >> and this morning the race for the white house has been shaken up again. the polls are tightening, showing donald trump closing in on hillary clinton as the republican nominee issues a new challenge zpl we should take a drug test. i don't know what's going on with her. but at the beginning of her last debate, she was all pumped up at the beginning and at the end, it was like, take me down. >> donald trump's poll numbers are pumped up this morning. we'll have that story straight ahead. plus, that's not the only bombshell hillary is dealing with, the state department accused of trying to make a deal with the fbi to reclassify her
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e-mail. with was a clinton cover-up in the works? qui quid pro quo. ♪ >> my favorite time of the year, fall in the air, jacket or sweat shirtd and tailgating. >> do you know what you just saw there? >> a tv rigged in the back of a pickup truck with a built-in cooler. i'm an lsu grad, you do see that down outside of death valley. baton rouge style. >> a little pickup truck, cooler of beer and tv screen.
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>> come on. >> brand-new polls to get to right now showing donald trump has lost very little support despite days of blistering accusations and news stories. >> as he doubled down on his claims that he's competing in a rigged system. >> peter doocy with the latest poll numbers, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. this race is far from over. it's tightening up and these new numbers from the "washington post" and abc news go to show it would take a lot more than the negative stories that kept dropping about donald trumd p over the last few days to take him completely out of it. he's four points behind secretary clinton in the new poll. he's got 43% of likely voters and she's got 47% and trump is talking about it this morning on twitter and says, quote, polls closed but can you believe i lost large numbers of women voters based on made events that
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never happened? media rigging election. trump is spending part of the sunday morning complaining about "saturday night live's" cold opening which did seem to make the fake trump the butt of more jokes than the fake clinton. trump says, watched qu"saturday night live"'s hit job on me. time to retire the boring and unfunny show. media rigging election. he said it both times. to make sure the next debate is not rigged, he's suggesting both sides now take a drug test. he told a crowd in new hampshire, he thinks when hillary clinton disappears from the trail and campaign says she's studying, she could instead being getting shot up with some sort of performance enhancing drug to help her participate. >> i think we should take a drug test prior to the debate. i do. i think we should -- why don't we do that? we should take a drug test
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prior -- because i don't know what's going on with her. but at the beginning of her last debate, she was all pumped up at the beginning and then at the end it was like, oh, take me down. >> we were there at that rally in new hampshire and had a very big crowd and later in bangor, maine, another large turnout. it goes to show a big part of his base is going to keep turning out to see him no matter what kind of stories keep coming out about him. back to you across town. >> unbelievable. four points and we have about three weeks left i wonder what wednesday will bring. margin of error, right now virtually tied. that's what i think is the underlining point. and sandra was getting at this before, number one, after the kitchen sink being thrown at donald trump, not just once but three or four times, he's still standing and the second thing is after all of the advantages she
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has with money and endorsements, one newspaper after the other saying hillary clinton should elected president, propping her up, she's still barely hanging on. >> what does that say about -- >> her candidacy? >> about these death by a thousand -- these drip, drip, drip -- >> media narrative for days maybe weeks has been death by a thousand cuts with old allegations and this is not some random internet poll, this is "washington post" and abc news, doesn't get more establishment than that. >> great point to make. this election has not yet been decided. >> we got breaking news, we were talking about this before the break and our producers going through a new batch of e-mails a short few minutes ago and it talks about debate prep with bernie sanders. >> this is before debate in michigan and part of it is kind of listening to what the advisers tell people, one of
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them is marked, this is advice to hillary clinton from her staff. one was marked toast. i hear senator sanders talking about crumbs, this should be like a proposed -- i hear senator sanders talking about crumbs and loafs and what not, if your promises don't add up, they are toast. and all caps, laugh at yourself. had to tell her to laugh at herself. >> let me stop a second -- >> meanwhile "saturday night live" last night, sometimes the truth being stranger than fiction. they had a thing last night about hillary clinton pretending to say but left step, right step, look at voter like a robot. her staff was actually doing that. laugh at yourself. >> e-mails, here's one thing that stands out, this is how she's supposed to handle this at a debate with bernie sanders, nothing marked classified, hundreds of officials had e-mails retroactively classified including colin powell. pivot to something else.
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if audience questions go about trust, go to the trust answer. like a whole -- you picture like a mind map on a white board how you're going to get from here to here. >> the guidance on transcripts because at this point she is still being asked to release the transcripts -- yes, i would be happy to. i want to make sure there's not one standard that applies to me and another for everyone else, democrat and republican. don't wiggle. >> what does that mean? don't wiggle? >> there was wiggling last night there was other podesta leaks. >> these are the transcripts he was calling for a number of months. if she's earning $225,000 a speech, shouldn't we see these incredible transformative transcripts. well last night in another drip of e-mails being released, we now have the full transcripts from her speeches q and a sessions at goldman sachs. >> i think whoever runs for
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president next time has to have a very clear idea where he or she wants to take the country and run on those ideas because the election cannot be about personality. partisan sniping all of the irrelevant stuff the day after the election dissipates and you wake up and say, what am i going to do? it needs to be an election about the future. >> i'm really glad hillary clinton is not engaged in partisan sniping. >> all of that irrelevant stuff. >> and we've got more to get to. that's not even enough. that was just wickky leaks stuff. now let's get to the stuff through freedom of information act request. 32 different summaries have been opened up overnight and this is huge, insight into what was going on at the justice department between the fbi and the obama administration and the clinton campaign. >> basically claims that the state department started pressuring the fbi to reclassify -- hillary clinton
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goes out there and marks 2015, no classified material on my server. patrick kennedy, in the middle of benghazi and other officials, wait, there are -- you see patrick kennedy there, several e-mails not just classified but high level -- marked secret. could we reclassify this not secret and get positions overseas, might throw you a bone? there's now this memo that's gone up to capitol hill and republican from utah and others are out there saying that in this paperwork, it suggests was there a quid pro quo. the fbi denying that, sandra, but this is big stuff because it's going to cast more doubt on that fbi investigation. >> on everything we've heard out of the fbi and james comey in the midst of these investigations. >> donald trump ything is rigge
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see more of that on wednesday. >> he's been busy on the twitter this morning. >> gets up early on sunday mornings and likes to get on twitter. >> he wants to talk to the american people. >> we're watching it all for you and we have more to get to with the fox news alert. multiple missiles fired near the uss mason from a territory in yemen controlled by iran backed rebels. the mason was not hit and no crew members hurt. earlier it was said it was proof that the iran deal was a failure. >> there was no way iranian proxies fired on u.s. navy vessels without clearing it first with tehran. they are not playing nice and the deal is a complete failure. >> two days earlier a u.s. warship fired tomahawk missiles. >> chaos breaking out at a busy park after a driver plunges off
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a bridge. san diego police saying a 24-year-old drunk driving lost control of his truck hitting a guardrail in a highway and flying into a festival crowd. >> we heard a skid and bang and the vehicle went airborne, everybody came together as one and they lifted the vehicle up off of them and flipped it over. >> the horrific crash that witnesses are describing left four people dead and several others injured. the driver is in critical condition. >> luxury private pad funded by taxpayers may be breaking the law. the residents built above his $165 million library in arkansas is being used for personal reasons outside the clinton foundation and the library for things like entertaining interns. uses like that have to be claimed with the irs. the residents was built in 2004 and is completely offlimits to
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the press. >> chicago cubbies making a statement in first game of the nlcs. >> here comes the 0-2. hard drive into right. back at the wall and it's gone! >> crowd goes nuts. may he rest in peace, holy cow! the crowd went nuts -- r. this was after montero delivered a tie breaking pinch-hit grand slam, slamming their way to an 8-4 win over the dodgers and three wins away from the first world series appearance in over 70 years. >> can they break the curse? >> can they break the curse? >> let's not mention the curse. >> the billy goat. >> the l.a. dodgers are four wins away from the world series. >> i'm the side of your cubs. >> pinch-hit grand slam. >> pretty awesome. >> the obama administration says they are ready to launch a cyber
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assault against russia over the wikileaks. >> we're sending a message and have a capacity to do it and the message -- >> they'll know it. >> they'll know it. >> tony shaffer says no one in the right mind would do that. he joins us next. good morning, tony. >> better hope this store doesn't have a you break it, you buy it policy. >> hold on! >> oh, no. >> oh, my -- >> totally real. ♪ remember when you said men are superior drivers? yeah... yeah, then how'd i get this... ...allstate safe driving bonus check? ...only allstate sends you a bonus check for every six months you're accident free. silence. it's good to be in, good hands.
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we have the capacity to do it and the message -- >> they'll know it.
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>> they'll know it and it will be at the time of our choosing and under the circumstances that have the greatest impact. >> vice president joe biden says that russia may expect retaliation for meddling in the election but let's bring in senior fellow for policy research, lieutenant colonel tony shaffer. >> good to see you. >> your reaction to vice president biden talking about retaliation. >> i knew it was something by the white house by the fact when it was first leaked they didn't call for an investigation. second, this is the white house's version of a move decree called spies like us, wouldn't be surprised if dan aykroyd and chevy chase are planning this. no one threatens another nation state over hacking in what a teenager in ontario can do. anybody with basic hacking skills could have got into those e-mails. this whole thing is -- for the purposes of shoving attention
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somewhere else. i'm not saying there's not high tensions with russians, clearly with everything going on in syria and other challenges globally. what i'm saying here is that the white house is doing is a use of national security to get the attention off the content of the e-mails and trying to get people to look the other way. that's all this is. >> you remember the left was championing when we had the bradley manning situation under president george w. bush and left saying he was helping democracy by what was unfolding there. >> that's right. >> there's hypocrisy here. >> huge hypocrisy, using a political tool to get attention off content. let me be very clear, part of the issue we're looking at here, the fact -- the other thing we would never do, we would telegraph a cyber attack against the russians. the other thing, let's think about it, cia is not the right organization to do it anyway,
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department of defense has better capability and this is one of those things i worked on as a pioneer in the late 90s, not the way business is done. it's something done for purposes of saying, look over here this bright shiny object while taking attention off the thengz which are the real issue, the content of what's coming out of e-mails. >> are you concerned -- the broader question here, the american people comes up briefly in the presidential debate cyber war. it seems it would be a huge problem for the united states. it seems to be the future of war fare, no? >> absolutely. you're spot on. this is something because we started working on this in the late '90s when no one recognized what the internet was going to become and the importance it now carries, we're clearly most vulnerable to a lot of weapons systems, weaponized technology we have developed. why would you again, expose your own vulnerabilities to an enemy. this concept, joe biden has put out, the idea we're going to be
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doing offensive operations really does hurt our ability to do offensive operations by the fact it makes people look in the wrong place and highlights our own vulnerabilities, this is bad all around from the white house. >> you remember the flash crash on the stock market a few short years ago and a blip in the computer system sent our economy into a tailspin, imagine if they had the capability to do that no our to our economy. >> i think they do. this is what we have to be careful about threatening a nation state. they do have capabilities and could get messy before it's all said and done. >> we won't pay attention to it when it happens. >> that's right. >> a car split in half after a horrific crash. how it happened and miraculous ending you're not going to believe. have you ever wondered why some college students think hillary clinton is a role model. >> being the first woman to run for president.
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good morning, quick headlines, the massive apartment fire lighting up the arizona sky overnight. four alarm fire sending smoke and flames hundreds of feet in the air, destroying a construction site, forcing dozens of people to evacuate neighboring buildings. >> no one appears to have been hurt but the cause of the blaze is still a mystery.
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a car smashed to pieces and split in half. somehow it's a miracle, all of those involved still alive. yes, it was a drunk driver in a mercedes bens collided with this months da mazda. the impact slicing the mazda into two, exposing everyone inside. the driver of the mercedes now facing dwi charges. 23 days, likely voters believe hillary clinton is a better role model for their children than donald trump. >> with more choosing clinton as a good role model. our next guest went to georgetown university to quiz students by who they are voting for and why. >> contributor and joins us now with what he found, georgetown one of the best institutions in the country, right? >> apparently not the best in knowing about both candidates.
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when someone is a good role model you can point to examples of why that's the case. these students were not too sure on why they thought hillary was a good role model. >> between hillary clinton and donald trump, which are you more likely to support. >> hillary clinton 100%. >> hillary clinton. >> definitely clinton. >> hillary clinton. >> is there one accomplishment she had from her lifetime as a politician that sticks out to you most? >> not particularly, just the fact she's worked in government before. >> the fact that she's a female. >> being the first woman to run for president. >> morphed her political views to align with what the majority of the countries wants. >> her opponents would call that flip flopping. >> she's a female, seems to be reason enough. >> and she's held office before. >> we long enough that colleges are overwhelmingly liberal and a lot of this is students feeling pressure to go along with this liberal idea. and even if they don't know
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anything about a candidate, they are afraid of being ostracized that they say they are a democrat so they don't get in trouble with professors and fellow students. >> you're being fair and balanced, not leaving on the floor good responses about what an amazing secretary of state she was. >> no, we had one student who could name a single initiative. >> what was that. >> child defense fund. everyone else stumbled through. a couple people brought up she was a woman. it goes back to the fact that so many students are saying they are supporting hillary because she's not donald trump. >> did you talk to anybody from the university, any professors, getting any reaction to the students? >> we were a little scared to talk to professors because they would probably ban us from coming back to campus. schools are so intent on clamping down on free thought and discussion -- >> i'm still stuck on the fact they have hammocks. >> they have kids hanging out in hammocks. look at that. >> doing more reading and
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keeping up on political elections than spending time in the hammock. >> university of pittsburgh -- >> spike on amazon -- >> that's what $50,000 a year will charge you. thanks for joining we'll have more coming up on a fox news alert. brand-new batch of john positive decemb podesta e-mails are breaking. what top aides were saying about the e-mail scandal? >> hope this store doesn't have a you break it, buy it policy. a hilarious moment caught on camera. i think it's fake. >> i'm going to lose it on that one. >> no tailgate is complete without games, we'll help you take your fun time to the next -- >> is that beer pong? >> don't pretend you don't know that's beer pong. come on, let's go -- >> what is that? >> do you bounce the ball? you can run an errand.
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(announcer vo) you can go straight home. (howard stern on radio) welcome to show business. (announcer vo) or you can hear the rest of howard. bababooey! (announcer vo) sorry, confused neighbors, howard's on. siriusxm. road happy. new batch of john podesta e-mails, the campaigns concerns not just about the e-mail scandal but her likability problem. >> they knew this e-mail thing was going to be a problem and the fact she wasn't answering it, you can see in e-mail exchanges they were worried looking at polling data, they
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think that according to poll data in the late summer this was affecting her character among voters and this e-mail particularly stands out from clinton adviser tanden, i know this e-mail thing isn't on the level. i'm fully aware of that but her inability to do a national interview and communicate genuine feelings of remorse and regret is now i fear becoming a character problem. more so than honesty. people hate her being arrogant. they like her down. it's a sexist content but i think it's a truth. >> it was the summer of 2015. when this was really first breaking. >> and john podesta had a response to that saying jen and i are in the same place, trying to figure out how to get her there and best way to execute. and it's fair to say we have seen this play out without knowing this was the discussion behind the scenes, we certainly saw them try to -- >> and i think the most -- >> exchange there was john
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positi podesta, jen, we agree with you, she has a problem here with honesty. we're trying to figure out the key part, high how to get her there and finally say i'm sorry. so the campaign was struggling to say go show remorse, please. >> we saw it play out. she says we should probably have her do a national interview. >> she was doing so. >> and wasn't saying i'm sorry. >> one big interview admitted wrong doing and said i'm sorry, reiterated that i'm sorry line a number of times but it is fascinating to see it play out. >> and there's more coming. that was just breaking news in the last hour. we got more e-mails from wikileaks. >> not that it's going to play out politically for her campaign but it sheds light -- >> little more insight into how it's been playing out and what they've been saying. when tanden is admitting throughout of times it's been this is just her critics, she is one of her biggest supporters in washington and saying, guys this
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is like red alert we have to do something. >> they knew prifltly it was worse than they let on. >> we want to turn to headlines, u.s. troops bracing for a major showdown in iraq against isis, hundreds of troops preparing to retake the important iraqi city of mosul, currently held by terrorists. a victory would be a strategic move in the years long struggle against the terror army in iraq. no prohibition is in fact, just stepping off the job. union members picketing in front of two jim bean distillries in kentucky after rejecting biggest contract offer from the largest bourbon producer. more than 200 workers worked off their jobs after rejecting the new offer on friday. >> the company says it's not anticipating any shortages -- >> good of jim beam as a result of this --
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>> okay, good. >> this clumsy customer better hope this store doesn't have a you break it, you buy it policy. watch as he strolls to a tv display. there goes one -- $6,000 those two tvs and kneels over to take a closer look and he knocks over one tv that smashes into another. when he backs away he bumps two more. no word on if the customer had to pay off. >> no word if that video is fake. >> there's a camera right on that exact spot -- >> you think they just -- >> destroy and break several thousand dollars -- >> listen to me, i'm all for conspiracy theories but i think that's phony. >> janice dean is outside. do you think that's fake? >> i have a whole set destroyed in a few minutes out here. it is game day, we're doing tailgate parties and i want you to meet our friends. >> kira. >> what are you doing here today? >> i'm on vacation.
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>> and celebrating a birthday. >> yes. >> what's your birthday. >> october 13th. >> fantastic. what about you young lady? >> celebrating anniversary. coming to see you. >> good answer. you guys, what's your favorite cable news channel? >> fox news. >> amazing. tailgate party, ready? robin, come over here, a lifestyle expert. take us through the tailgating fun for today. >> we're taking tailgating to the next level. tailgating started from the truck. this is called a tailgate, this is awesome, it opens up and -- and this -- >> is that a cooler in here. >> a cooler in here. >> it's amazing. and actually the bed of the truck turns into speakers an has an outlet powerful enough to power the tv. >> who makes the truck. >> this is honda ridgeline. >> i'll order one. >> kind of amazing. when it comes to decor we're
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going next level. pick up fun stuff from world market. they do everything when it comes to tailgating. we pick up the bales of hay and extra double duty as seating. when my guests are chilly. >> this is lovely. >> a little pillow fight later. when they come to the bar, all about the mock tails, not alcoholic cocktails and we can have pomegranate and cider. and everybody from kids -- you can enjoy that. don't need to worry about that. >> it we taest even better with vodka later on. >> exactly. >> this is called a lid up, saw this on "shark tank." it comes in compartments so kids can have their own compartments. >> why didn't they have this during college. >> this is amazing. not everyone is watching the
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game onscreen. i love these guys -- party favors. >> guy like these, let's do it. we're doing fun games, jenga and lawn bowling. beer pong. >> hasn't done this since college, wink, wink, wink. >> let's go. let's see. >> you got it. that means i have to take a shot. >> do it. >> now we're having a good time. why am i the only one out here? more for me. >> are we getting in there? let's do it. >> thank you so much, do you have a website? >> did you have fun? >> yeah. >> are you tailgating? >> all right. let's go back inside. you guys are not having fun right now. come on. >> beer pong, are you kidding? >> i think they set it up, been there all morning.
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>> thanks, janice. >> high school volleyball player shows off another skill, stepping in to sing the anthem when the audio stopped working. by the dawn's early light ♪ ♪ what so proudly we hailed at the twilight's last gleaming ♪ >> she's going to join us live to sing for us in a few moments. now that karen's taking osteo bi-flex,
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>> quick football headlines, kaepernick will star in his first nfl game of this season today since he began kneeling at national anthems two months ago. they just xlashed his multimillion dollar contract in case he gets injured, following rumors he may be targeted by other players over his protest. >> in college football, the ohio state buckeyes beating back the wisconsin badgers. >> harris keeps it and fires end zone, touchdown! >> giving the buckeyes a 30-23 overtime victory against wisconsin. clemson also remains undefeated after picking off a pass in o.t. to avoid the upset against nc state. an alabama, leaving no doubt why
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they are numero uno, ugly, 48-10. sandra? >> thank you. >> a brand-new poll out this morning shows donald trump only trailing hillary clinton by four points nationally. this despite what newt gingrich calls an overwhelming display of media bias. >> this is not about election officials at the precinct level. this is about last friday when the networks spent 23 minutes on the trump tape and less than one minute -- all three networks combined, on secret speeches being revealed on wikileaks. considering the one sidedness of the news media barrage and best description of it is about barry
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castleman, this is a coup deetat. >> joining us now sunday morning futures maria bartiromo. going back, words on all of this media bias and what donald trump has been up against, trailing hillary clinton by four >> when you consider all of the things that occurred over the last two weeks around donald trump and to think he's only down by this massive margin of error, four points, i think indicates how disliked she is. i think people are so desperate for change that they are looking for donald trump as the outsider and saying he said this, okay, there are these allegations, he's not a politician, she is. she's got that -- >> great point. henry and i have been talking about this, does it say more about her campaign than it does his that he's been so resilient?
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as far as the next debate, wednesday night, 9:00 p.m., chris wallace will be monitoring the debate, the third of the general election debates. do you expect -- what do you expect out of that. >> this is going to be an unbiased debate. number one because we know who chris wallace is, he is not biased and not going to bring bias to the table. he's going to be tough on trump and tough on clinton. he told us topics he's going to cover and drilling down on those topics. number two, the reason it's going to be unbiased because the public are demanding it. the people saying we want the corruption to stop. >> to your point, this latest rasmussen report says 46% of likely voters believe most moderators will try to help the clintons in the debate. people expect that the moderators are going to be working in favor of hillary clinton. obviously this time around you expect something much different. >> for sure. from somebody who moderated two
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gop presidential debates. >> thank you. other day looking on the druj report website and they have a huge cover of the "washington post," every story is a negative story about trump. >> what about hillary clinton? >> it's hilarious. >> newt gingrich keeps telling trump, stick to wikileaks, keep hitting on that. do you expects the clinton foundation and allegations there will come up in this debate? >> i do. i think it's going to come up. i think donald trump will bring it up. he's been preparing and speaking with foreign policy experts like henry kissinger among others and trying to stay in the circle of national security and economy and clinton attacks. we're going to talk about that with rudy giuliani in ten minutes and also newt gingrich. i want to talk about the interview with newt gingrich, base beiically talking about th infighting in the republican party. >> that's all coming up on "sunday morning futures", you
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♪ what so proudly we hailed at the twilight's last gleaming ♪ ♪ whose broad stripes >> oh, yeah, we introducedia to the high school volleyball player who stepped in when the audio system failed before a game. she came in and sang the national anthem. she shared her experience earlier, and now she's performing for us live. good to see yougon. if the audio didn't work, you're right there before the game. you step in. your mom is yelling from the stands, get up there and sing. you did it. >> it's amazing to see that voice or hear that voice coming out of a 17-year-old girl. an amazing job. >> what made you decide to step up and do it? >> i don't know, just because i have relatives in the family, i have relatives that are in the military, army, serving for us. and i have a lot of veterans,
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too, and so it represented my grandpa. i wanted to do it for him. >> what's your grandpa's name? >> alfredo garcia. >> you represent in front of millions of people. >> i don't remember, but i just -- >> it was great you're paying that tribute to him and everybody who serves in uniform. >> before we let you sing, what response have you been getting from this? >> you should be on "the voice." >> would you want to do that? >> absolutely. >> all right, so now, you're going to be in a much larger audience than the volleyball game. ready to perform the star-spangled banner for us? >> really ready. >> confidence. love it. >> let's get out of your way. >> let's do it. ♪ o say can you see by the dawn's early light ♪ ♪ what so proudly we hailed
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at the twilight's last gleaming ♪ ♪ whose broad stripes and bright stars through the perilous fight ♪ ♪ o'er the ramparts we watched were so gallantly streaming ♪ ♪ and the rockets' red glare the bombs bursting in air ♪ ♪ gave proof through the night that our flag was still there ♪ ♪ oh say does that star-spangled banner yet wave ♪ ♪ o'er the land of the free ♪ ♪ and the home
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>> i'm going to beso sad when there are no more presidential debates, but there's one left this wednesday, on fox news channel. >> 23 days. >> e-mails show that hillary clinton does plan all those steps. good sunday morning, everybody. what a close race. thanks for joining us. i'm maria bartiromo. welcome to "sunday morning futures." brand-new polls out this morning show only a few points between the two candidates now. coming up, several women accuse donald trump of inappropriate behavior. we'll speak to trump adviser rudy giuliani of the trump campaign as the final debate approaches. >> plus, another e-mail drop by wikileaks rocking the clinton campaign this weekend. the latest batch reveals leaked hillary clinton speeches to goldman sachs where she showed sympathy to wall street. the impact on the race as

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